You can't build a snow man in a pig pen...

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    1949 Whizzer Guest

    But you can build an Obama man.

    You folks who always wondered what it would be like to have a coon in
    the White House?

    Now you know...
     
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    1949 Whizzer Guest

    But you can build an Obama man.

    You folks who always wondered what it would be like to have a coon in
    the White House?

    Now you know...
     
    1949 Whizzer, Sep 3, 2009
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    That One Guest


    Celebrate with the kids next week:

    President Barack Obama to Make Historic Speech to America's Students



    C-SPAN and White House Web Site to Broadcast Speech Live



    Speech Scheduled One Hour Earlier to Noon Eastern Time



    On September 8, 2009, history will be made. Will you be a part of it?



    At 12:00 p.m., Eastern Time (ET), President Barack Obama will deliver a
    national address to the students of America. (Please note that this is a
    change from the originally scheduled time.) During this special address, the
    president will speak directly to the nation's children and youth about
    persisting and succeeding in school. The president will challenge students
    to work hard, set educational goals, and take responsibility for their
    learning.

    The U.S. Department of Education encourages students of all ages, teachers,
    and administrators to participate in this historic moment by watching the
    president deliver the address, which will be broadcast live on the White
    House Web site (http://www.whitehouse.gov/live/) and on C-SPAN at 12:00
    p.m., ET. We also encourage educators to use this moment to help students
    get focused and inspired to begin the new academic year.



    The Department of Education offers educators a menu of classroom
    activities-created by its teachers-in-residence, the Teaching Ambassador
    Fellows-to help engage students in the address and stimulate classroom
    discussions about the importance of education.

    To learn more, please see the following:

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Classroom Activities (Pre-K - 6)

    Classroom Activities (7 - 12)



    To further encourage student engagement, the U.S. Department of Education is
    launching the "I Am What I Learn" video contest. On September 8, we will
    ask students to respond to the president's challenge by creating videos, up
    to two minutes in length, describing the steps they will take to improve
    their education and the role education will play in fulfilling their dreams.

    Please encourage all students age 13 and older to create and upload their
    videos to YouTube by October 8. Submissions can be in the form of video
    blogs, public service announcements (PSAs), music videos, or documentaries.
    Students are encouraged to have fun and be creative with this project! The
    general public will then vote on their favorites to determine the top 20
    finalists. These 20 videos will be reviewed by a panel of judges including
    U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. The panel will choose three
    winners, each of whom will receive a $1,000 cash prize.

    Starting this Friday, you can visit www.ed.gov/iamwhatilearn to find out
    more.



    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)



    1. When will the president deliver his address?

    President Obama will speak to the students of America at 12:00 p.m., ET on
    Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2009. (Note that this is a change from the time originally
    scheduled.)



    2. How can I watch the president's address to students?

    Viewers may watch the address via the Internet by visiting the White House
    Web site, at http://www.whitehouse.gov/live/, where the address will be
    streamed live.

    C-SPAN, the cable public affairs network, will cover the president's speech
    live on its C-SPAN television channel and provide live streaming video
    online at C-SPAN.org. The speech also will be aired live on C-SPAN Radio
    (90.1 FM in Washington, D.C., and channel 132 on XM Satellite Radio).

    White House television will make the address available via satellite for
    access by local broadcast outlets and school districts. The satellite feed
    will be live for testing and calibration beginning at 11am ET on September
    8th using the following coordinates:

    · Galaxy 28/Transponder 17, Slot C (9 MHz)

    · Uplink Frequency 14344.5 Horizontal

    · Downlink Frequency 12044.5 Vertical

    For updates related to the president's speech, please visit
    http://www.whitehouse.gov/mediaresources/ or www.ed.gov.

    3. What is the duration of the president's address?

    The president is scheduled to speak for 15 - 20 minutes. The U.S. Department
    of Education provides resources for educators who may choose to use the
    president's address as a teachable moment. Two menus of classroom
    activities, one for students in grades Pre-K - 6, and another for students
    in grades 7 - 12, may be found here:

    Classroom Activities (Pre-K - 6)

    Classroom Activities (7 - 12)



    4. Does the White House Web site have the capacity to host all of the
    potential live viewers for this event?

    The White House Web site is equipped with the appropriate amount of
    bandwidth to accommodate a large viewership.



    5. Will the address be available in some form after the original
    broadcast date and time?

    Downloadable video of the speech will be made available at
    http://www.whitehouse.gov/mediaresources/ as well as on www.ed.gov.
    C-SPAN.org will provide archived and "on-demand" viewing options.



    6. Will the address include captioning for deaf and hard-of-hearing
    viewers?

    The live address broadcast on C-SPAN will include captioning.
     
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    1949 Whizzer Guest

    On Sep 2, 10:09 pm, Tim Morrow, impersonating <>
    wrote:

    spam
     
    1949 Whizzer, Sep 4, 2009
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    Schiffner Guest

    NO...I serve no politician and never have served one not even every
    president Regan to Geedubya. I served the constitution, those
    politicians could and can **** off...the only good politician is one
    that when he's bought, stays bought.
     
    Schiffner, Sep 4, 2009
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    LIAR.
     
    Schiffner, Sep 4, 2009
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    1949 Whizzer Guest

    But you can build an Obama man.

    You folks who always wondered what it would be like to have a coon in
    the White House?

    Now you know...
     
    1949 Whizzer, Sep 4, 2009
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    1949 Whizzer Guest

    But you can build an Obama man.

    You folks who always wondered what it would be like to have a coon in
    the White House?

    Now you know...
     
    1949 Whizzer, Sep 4, 2009
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    Schiffner Guest

    actually you'd be lying again. You can't stack shit high enough to
    make a snow man or any other kind of man for that matter.
     
    Schiffner, Sep 4, 2009
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    1949 Whizzer Guest

    But you can build an Obama man.

    You folks who always wondered what it would be like to have a coon in
    the White House?

    Now you know...
     
    1949 Whizzer, Sep 6, 2009
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    1949 Whizzer Guest

    But you can build an Obama man.

    You folks who always wondered what it would be like to have a coon in
    the White House?

    Now you know...
     
    1949 Whizzer, Sep 7, 2009
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  20. But you can build an Obama man.

    You folks who always wondered what it would be like to have a coon in
    the White House?

    Now you know...

    -- Krusty Kritter, aka 1949 Whizzer, aka Gael
     
    Gael, 1949 Whizzer, Krusty Kritter, little man upo, Sep 18, 2009
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